The face -off between the 19 All Progressives Congress (APC) lawmakers in Ekiti State House of Assembly and Governor Ayo Fayose may soon be over, as the governor says he is willing to negotiate with the lawmakers The post Impeachment Threat: I am ready to negotiate with APC lawmakers —
As an Entrepreneur, who has eyes on making it “BIG” in the Business world, you have mapped out the plan, done the brain work and even the leg work; strategies and plans have been penned down. You have completed these by aligning your Business ideas to meet with the seeming
My world had come to an end. My worst fears had become realities and all I could feel was dead weight down in my heart. I thought I had calculated all the risks and insured myself against every possibility of future sorrow.
Data from the World Bank say that developing countries in East Asia, Latin America and South Asia have seen the number of citizens in extreme poverty — that is, living on less than $1.25 per day on the decline. But in sub-Saharan Africa, these rates are increasing despite the region’s
Global oil demand is expected to surge this year as the global economy improves steadily. But whether the global crude demand will be enough to prop up sluggish oil prices remains unclear, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday. Global oil demand is rising faster than projected, but so is supply,
The intensity of political activities in the weeks leading to December 2014 was unprecedented in Nigerian history. The outcome, already known to keen political watchers at home and abroad, are no less unprecedented. Without delving into the details of what characterized the elections or a number of flashpoints where results
Year after year most companies struggle with their employees interms of work ethics, maintaining office policies and secrets. I use the word struggle because, such employees could be very hardworking and employers kept hoping they will change for good and not firing them but they keep getting worse getting the
Residents of Nasarawa State trooped out on Saturday for the re-run election for the Lafia/Obi Federal Constituency in Ciroma ward of Lafia Local Government Area of the state. The election, SUNDAY PUNCH gathered was peaceful in most of the polling units.
British taxpayers are facing a “huge” new bill after efforts to force a former Delta State governor, James Ibori, to repay profits from a £50million fraud were delayed for more than a year. Ibori, who began his working life as a £5,000-a-year cashier at a Wickes DIY branch in Ruislip,
Seven members of the Lagos State House of Assembly are currently lobbying their colleagues for support to become the Speaker. A reliable source who refused to be named because the House did not authorise him to speak with the press on the development, said all the contending lawmakers are returning
As the airplane landed, Martins and two of his colleagues on a business trip were in a haste to leave the aircraft. On getting off the Boeing 777, they paid less attention to the great holiday deals on display at every corner of Cape Town International Airport as their preoccupation
No fewer than 10 AK 47 rifle-slinging men suspected to be political thugs were arrested by the police in Nasarawa State on Saturday. The armed men were apprehended at Anwgan Mangu polling unit in Chiroma ward during the re-run election for the Lafia/Obi federal constituency in the state.
Contrary to the content of the letter that President Goodluck Jonathan refused to sign the Constitution Amendment Bill because of alleged usurpation of executive powers by the National Assembly in the bill, among other reasons, there is an allegation that Jonathan signed the original amendment bill. The post Why Senate
A 32-year-old nursing mother, who was caught for alleged armed robbery in Lagos, has blamed her plight on the huge financial burden on her. The post I went into armed robbery to feed my baby, pay school fees – Nursing mother appeared first on Vanguard News.
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has met and prayed for the British Prime Minister, David Cameron. At the Festival of Life on Friday, organised by the United Kingdom’s chapter of the RCCG in London with the theme, ‘In Christ Alone,’ the church
Tincan Island Command of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), is one of the units that has made significant contributions to Nigeria’s economy in revenue generation and trade facilitation. Since the on-going reforms by NCS began, Tincan has recorded outstanding increase in revenue collection for the economy. Sunday Vanguard, on a visit
Former Senate President Adolfus Wabara has urged the Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Attahiru Jega, to save Abia State from the political crisis likely to emanate over the cancellation of some results of the April 11 governorship election in the state.